Research & Information


Looking for research, information and data to inform your strategic planning?

Below you will find links to surveys and their key findings and reports. 

Children and Young People's Emotional Health & Wellbeing

Following the launch of the Children and Young People's Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Strategy, His Excellency The Lieutenant Governor of Jersey invited 100 people to attend an event on 11th May 2022, at which the newly-formed Strategic Advisory Panel was introduced. This group will advise on the strategy over the next four years.

We heard from four speakers including Suzanne Wylie (CEO Government of Jersey) on the importance of the effective delivery of the strategy and Professor Peter Bradley (Director of Public Health) who presented us with the challenges that young people told us they are facing. Daniela Raffio (Head of System Redesign and Commissioning) talked about the strategy in more detail and introduced the Strategic Advisory Panel.

The key note was given by Dr William Bird, one of the UK’s leading experts on physical activity and building active communities. He spoke about how nature is fundamental in improving children and young people's emotional health and wellbeing.

The recording of the event will be available here soon. Meanwhile, you can find a copy of the presentations and the outputs of the engagement sessions we ran here:

Programme and speaker bios:


Presentations and Slido Results:

With many thanks to our headline sponsor Ravenscroft, and our supporting sponsors Government of Jersey and the Association of Jersey Charities.

Establishing a Survivors' Support Network

Following the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry, The Citizens Panel made 4 recommendations (you can view the panel’s report here). Recommendation 3 was 'for help and support for victims/survivors and their families. This must include: a) opportunities for survivors and their families to come together to support each other in a variety of settings'.

But, how can this be done? The facilitators of the Citizens Panel have put together this series of short video interviews with key people in England who have set up survivor networks and support groups. The videos are designed to help start a conversation about how we can make this recommendation a reality in Jersey.

As you watch the video you may want to ask yourself some of these questions: what struck you? What interested you? Did you hear anything that you thought might be of relevance to Jersey (in terms of a network/support group)? Is there anything that you would like to learn more about? Would you like to hear more from any of the speakers?

We would like to get back in touch with you (no pressure though!), to hear any thoughts you may have. Thanks for your time.


Video 1: Jane Chevous - Survivors Voices

Video 2: Fay Maxted – The Survivors Trust

 Video 3: Jon Bird - NAPAC


Charitable Giving 2018

Charitable Giving 2017

The Jersey Charity Survey 2016

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